Distribution of Pfizer Trial Vaccine has started in four US States

Pfizer, a US pharmaceutical company, has begun distributing its vaccines on a trial basis. The vaccine is initially being distributed in four US states.

The coronavirus vaccine will be given to patients on a trial basis in the states of Texas, New Mexico, Rhode Island and Tennessee, according to Reuters.

The company says it is optimistic about the results of the vaccine, which will then be distributed to other states in the United States and around the world.

It should be noted that according to the preliminary results of the vaccine developed by Pfizer, this vaccine is 90% effective in preventing coronavirus.

Vaccines are usually kept at two to four degrees Celsius. In contrast, the coronavirus vaccine must be kept at a very low temperature. Pfizer Vaccine needs to be kept at -70 degrees Celsius.

The company expects large-scale vaccine trials to continue until the third week of November, after which it will have enough data on the effectiveness of the drug to allow the vaccine to be used on an emergency basis. Will be requested.

Pfizer and its partner Biotech have an agreement with the US government to provide 100 million doses for 1.95 billion.

Pfizer announced last week that its vaccine was up to 90 percent effective, while Moderna announced on Monday that its vaccine was up to 94.5 percent effective in preventing the coronavirus.

The vaccine, developed by both companies, uses a new technology called synthetic messenger (RNA) that activates the immune system against the virus.

On the other hand, US President Donald Trump called the corona vaccine a great discovery and said that this vaccine will eradicate the 'insidious disease of China' and all this will be under his supervision.

It should be noted that more than 246,000 deaths and more than 11 million cases of corona virus have been reported in the United States. The United States is the most affected country in terms of deaths and cases than any other country in the world.

According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 1.328 million deaths and more than 55 million cases of the corona virus have been reported worldwide so far.

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